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Myranda S Said,
March 14th, 2014 @10:50 am  

Yeah they all suck a duck

zfgibbs Said,
March 14th, 2014 @11:01 am  

Well lets start:

BOSTON UNIVERSITY: a private nonsectarian university located in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. 81% of the students have an average G.P.A of 3.04. Boston University was also ranked 21st among U.S. law schools, 34th among medical schools, 41st among business schools, and 68th among education schools. The 2007–2008 school year tuition totaled $34,930, with total costs (including room and board) averaging $45,880. The total estimated cost of attendance for the 2008–2009 school year will be $47,958 for on-campus students

UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER: is a private, nonsectarian, research university located in Rochester, New York. The university grants undergraduate, graduate, doctoral, and professional degrees through six schools and various interdisciplinary programs. The university enrolls approximately 4,600 undergraduates and 3,900 graduate students. U.S. News and World Report, in their popular National University Rankings, placed the University of Rochester 35th in the nation for 2008. UR is a leading private university and a major center for diverse fields of research. The university boasts eight Nobel Prize winners among its faculty and alumni. Annual Fees: $47,220

GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY: EXCELLENT COLLEGE!!! is a private, coeducational university located in Washington, D.C.GW received more than 19,300 applications and admitted 6,750 students for the class of 2012, or approximately 36% of applicants.[32]

Students at GW participate in a wide variety of educational opportunities inside and outside of the classroom. 9,700 full-time undergraduates are studying in 87 majors with 1,500 in business, 500 in engineering, 2,000 in international affairs, 700 in communications and media, 800 in sciences and math, 2,900 in social sciences, and 1,300 in arts, languages, and humanities. Nearly 900 students participate in GW’s Study Abroad Programs each semester in 50 countries.[33] Additionally, about 125 entering students each fall join the University Honors Program community of 500 students.

TUITION: The George Washington University is an expensive private educational institution in the United States for undergraduate education.Even though tuition is guaranteed to remain at the freshman rate for up to ten continuous (full time) semesters of attendance at the university, tuition has risen 58 percent over the past seven years.Tuition for the 2009-2010 year is $41,610, while the combined room and board is approximately $10,000 for incoming freshmen at the lowest level of housing. The tuition rate only applies to the incoming Class of 2013 and will not increase for those students for up two 10 semesters. However, GW also gives the most need-based financial aid in the country.

UCONN-STORRS HONORS: The top ranked university in the New England area. Perennially ranked the top public university in New England, the University of Connecticut now stands among the best public institutions in the nation. UConn’s main campus in Storrs is admitting the highest–achieving freshmen in University history. Student diversity continues to increase, as does the number of honors students, valedictorians and salutatorians who consistently make UConn their top choice.
UConn offers 105 majors, eight undergraduate degrees,16 graduate degrees and five professional degree programs.[5] Students can choose from 64 different minors at UConn, including some areas of study that are not offered as formalized majors. Some areas of study offered formally only as minors at UConn include: Asian American Studies, Aquaculture, Bioinformatics, Criminal Justice, Film Studies, Human Rights, Middle Eastern Studies, Native American Studies, and Slavic & East European Studies.[6]

Bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral programs are offered through the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences[7] College of Agriculture and Natural Resources[8] the College of Continuing Studies[9] the Graduate School[10] the Neag School of Education[11] the School of Allied Health[12] the School of Nursing[13] the School of Business[14] the School of Dental Medicine[15] the School of Medicine[16] the School of Engineering[17] Office of International Affairs[18] the School of Family Studies[19] the School of Social Work[20] the Ratcliffe Hicks School of Agriculture[21] the School of Pharmacy[22] the School of Law, and the School of Fine Arts[23]

UConn is especially known for its programs in law, health care administration, dentistry, gifted and talented education, and family studies. The University of Connecticut School of Law and the University of Connecticut School of Business are two of the top-ranked public graduate schools of their kind in the nation, and the School of Fine Arts’ puppetry department is the most influential in the United States.

I gave you a few but if you want to know more about these colleges just go to and type in the college.

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